Monthly Archives : November 2018

  • Weapon-Mounted Camera Webinar November 27

    Nov 21 2018

    MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – November 21, 2018 – Viridian® Weapon Technologies will host another webinar on emerging trends in law enforcement for video evidence on Tuesday, November 27 at 10:00 AM CST. Those interested can sign up, join the conversation and learn more about the FACT Duty™ Weapon-Mounted Camera (WMC™) here.

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  • Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes Podcast (KTAR News)

    Brian Hedeen, President and CEO of Viridian Weapon Technologies

    Nov 15 2018

    Brian Hedeen, President and CEO of Viridian Weapon Technologies

    Brian Hedeen discusses the idea of using cameras attached to police firearms with Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes on their podcast on KTAR news.

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  • Williams Police Department Implements Viridian® FACT Duty Weapon-Mounted Camera

    Nov 12 2018

    MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – November 12, 2018 – Viridian® Weapon Technologies announces that the Williams Police Department, located just west of Flagstaff, Arizona, has deployed the FACT Duty Weapon-Mounted Camera (WMC). Viridian and the Williams Police Department will hold a joint press conference on Wednesday, November 14 at 10:00 a.m. at police headquarters located at 501 West Route 66, Williams, AZ 86046.

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  • Legal Corner: Viridian Weapon Technologies

    How and why officers did not have their Body Cameras activated in Memphis OIS

    Nov 09 2018

    Written by Matthew Plowman, J.D.
    General Counsel and Chief Legal Officer

    The fall out continues from SEPTEMBER’s tragic shooting in Memphis of Martavious Banks following a chase and traffic stop. As we have seen so many times, the focus is not on what really happened but on how and why the involved officers did not have their Body Cameras activated. Facts are still sketchy, but we understand from media reports that Banks was originally pulled over in a traffic stop and did not have ID or proof of insurance and officers report that a gun was spotted...

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